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for show a share, you can keep your head. >> you sound called. by now you know all the numbers as apple can mount -- came out not too bad and revenues north of 38 billion that is staggering debt those nummers a tad better than expected. so the company beat the reaper then announced a $50 billion share buyback to raise dividends and we're off to the races to say things are getting better and of might be true but for many that set the stage for apple is losing some of coulee fact. reading my "wall street journal" and what i show you here, hello. how're you? i show the multi page spread not the answer to but the front section? we'll tell this goes on. the cool thing is that this phone does to combine photos , get your friends together on one mutual chat and hook up to your tv, they can go to various angles and make your breakfast. this is cool and all the buzz and all the rage. this used to be apple. i am to be a -- chilling new multi page spreads, like this full disclosure i am an apple shareholder i and in deep whenever. we have the editor in chief of the tech site being out cool? immigrate
. it is somewhat reminiscent to what happened to apple. in the paper market, you have a dramatic selloff. in the physical market, the demand is very, very strong. connell: let's follow up on that. let's talk about apple. the big game for the dollar versus the euro. is that part of the case you make for gold? >> i think part of the reason is for safety. in times like this, i think now is a fantastic entry point. it is certainly better than two weeks ago. it is uncorrelated. that last forever. hopefully it will bring the price back up. connell: she is trying to hold back. dagen: it does not have the magical properties. i do want to ask you about storage capacity. are we maxed out in terms of the ability to store gold? >> we are not maxed out. individual investors, i think they are hitting struggles. you are saying that on a retail level. on an institution level, you are not saying that at all. connell: come back and hang out with us. i hope you like those. we like him as a guest. dagen: connell is very needed. [ laughter ] connell: the reopening of the privacy debate. privacy versus safety
of melissa's segments on our website, kpix.com/mornings. >>> a lot is riding on apple's earnings report that is expected tomorrow. they have had a tough couple of weeks. kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks reports. >> reporter: it seems like it's been a long time now since apple stock was above $700, back in september when they had a streak. it's been struggling and fell below $400 last week for the first time since december 2011. the company reports its fiscal 2nd quarter earnings after the closing bell tomorrow. it's expected to report an 18% drop in profits from a year earlier which would be the first year-over-year drop in profit since 2003. lots of worries that iphoneand ipad sales are much weaker as a lot of consumers hold off the next product refresh from apple and a lot will be riding on that. and for the stock tomorrow. the one good thing is with so many analyst downgrades, any good news from apple could turn it around tomorrow. ebay is trying to leverage its user base in a vote in congress. the company started sending emails to its 40 million usingers this weekend try
criticized it. "the new york times" also won a pulitzer or reporting on the practices of apple and other technology companies. judges praised the "times" for exposing excessive working hours and other harsh conditions at contract manufacturers in china and elsewhere. >>> aung san suu kyi's first visit to japan in 27 years has been an emotional experience for many. that's especially true for a democracy activist who fled myanmar's former military government. but these long-term residents of japan are expressing mixed reactions to her calls for helping in rebuilding their homeland. nhk world has more. >> reporter: on saturday aung san su, kiy delivered a speech in tokyo before gathering of myanmar expatriates. she asked for their cooperation to further democratize and develop their home country. >> translator: myanmar has yet to be fully democratized. we have to further defend democratization. >> reporter: the audience included democracy campaigners who face crackdowns by the country's military rulers. >> translator: i was moved to tears. >> translator: i'm so happy to hear her speaking pr
had runups, so it was so much. you side with stocks like apple early on. mean, what i call kind of a parabolic moved, it just needed a pullback. think it will be temporary. we're going through right now. it always feels more painful, you know, in the beginning and it will have been, but i think we will come out of it. john: just an excuse. and then this makes a good sort of take for? >> well, you know, such a tragic week. a lot of people's minds were more on the news that on the stock market. john: absolutely. >> a ghandi view of some perspective, but i agree with gary. think what you're seeing is a change in rotation in the leaders. all of the market's former dawdling, apple, gold, taken an absolute shellacking this week, now very much out of favor, but i do think that there are new opportunities brewing. not favorites to alegre that i don't think this is a time that you want to abandon stocks of all. there is still essentially the strongest asset class on the board right now. john: people get defensive. it will park their money and what they think are either slowdown desperate
stocks is enticing for people who want to take money off the table. apple on tuesday, a lot of you have been asking me about apple and what will happen with apple shares, tuesday we will get apple results. a lot to digest this week. $333 million, that's an estimate of how much it dos shut down boston and surrounding suburbs on friday. $333 million. the losses will likely be short-term for companies. boston is a big company getting back to work this monday morning. the boston metropolitan area produces $325 billion worth of goods and services every year. a little less than a billion dollars a day. the ninth gdp in the country. friday everything just stopped. businesses closed. public transit shut down. 16 of the area's 35 colleges closed campuses. most of the taxis were off the roads. shopping centers were shut. while many people worked from home or had the day off, some workers were very busy. thousands of law enforcement officials, hospital workers, hotel workers. there was overtime. where you saw some companies shut down, other area there's was economic activity. dunkin' donuts locati
flooded roads. the water has also swamped hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland. >>> apple, amazon, caterpillar, at&t, ford, starbucks, exxonmobil, just some of the companies scheduled to come out with earnings reports this week. more than 80 companies reported last week. 72% did better than analysts expected. stocks lost ground last week though despite closing higher on friday. the dow up 10. nasdaq up about 40. and the futures are up today. so that's good. >>> investors who held on to their boeing stock after the new 787 dreamliner was grounded are reaping the rewards now. the faa approved a fix for the battery system that kept dreamliner out of service for three months. boeing stocks surged 2% on friday up 19% from its low point this year. >>> and another major rating agency has stripped britain of its aaa credit score. fitch down gridded them one knowledge to aa-plus -- downgraded them one notch to aa- plus saying they can't get a handle on their debt. >>> the latest lundberg survey shows the california average for a gallon of regular gas dropped 9 cents over the past two weeks
-year high. hong kong's hang seng added a fraction. essentially major countries including apple, ford, exxonmobil, will release their earnings this week. it comes as they finish their worst week since november. the dow lost 317 points while nasdaq lofrt nearly 89. there's good news at the pump with a gallon of gas dropping 11 cents. the lung berg survey now finds the total. tulsa has the cheapest at $3.21 a gaon while chicago is the most expensive in the continental u.s. at 3.97. >>> oblivion beat the competition at the box office this weekend. the sigh-fie thriller stars tom cruise as one of the last humans on a war-torn earth following an alien investigation. it hauled in more than $83 million. 42 fell to second place with $178 million in second. the croods rounds out the top three with 5.93. anne-marie? >> erica ferrari in new york. thank you, erica. straight ahead, your monday morning weather. and legally arrested. actress reese witherspoon has an embarrassing run-in with the law during a traffic stop. so i can't afford to have germy surfaces. but a fresh sheet of bounty duratowel
got this picture from manhattan, kansas. the little apple, where there is snow on the ground. so what is going on? maria molina joins us with the forecast. i was in kansas two days ago. it was 30 something degrees. still winter there. >> yes, it is. temperatures still in the 30s across parts of kansas, including that city in the little apple, manhattan, kansas. they're looking at a current temperature at 32 degrees. you factor in a little breeze and you're talking wind chill temperatures across that area that are only in the teens and 20s. many of you waking up saying it's supposed to be spring out here. but it feels more like january. it feels like 12 in garden city in the state of kansas. looking at the radar, we have the snow coming down across parts of colorado, kansas and into southern areas of the state of nebraska. a number of winter weather advisories are in effect out here. this is the same storm that will actually be bringing in rain to areas currently dealing with river flooding across indiana, illinois, all the way down into parts of mississippi. otherwise temperatures eve
suspended. melissa: i feel like it happens all the time. more than one bad apple. apple iphone's return to manufacturer boxcar on. lori: tax-free online shopping could be numbered. melissa: take another look at metals as we head out to break. copper trading lower. we will be right back. ♪ thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by cnging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. [ lighter flicking ] [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where giving up isn't who you are. ♪ this is the age of knowing how to make things happen. so, why let erectile dysfsfunction get in your wa? talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in bloo
and mathematicians. we're not producing enough. there are more jobs than americans who can fill the jobs. apple, face bike facebook intel microsoft, should they shut down and move overseas? guess what they're already doing that. we got to let people in the country to fill the jobs that americans are not filling. don't we hear that from the farm workers, too? on both ends of the scales. americans are not filling the high tech jobs and americans seem to be unwilling to do the jobs of picking strawberryies and tomatoes. >> michael: this bill looks like it's going to the floor. marco rubio let's bring him up again. how important has he been in this, and what does it change about the way he's going to be perceived. >> a young u.s. senator wants to be president. we've heard that story before. he's very important because he is a member of the tea party. he beat a republican governor governor to win that senate seat a couple of years ago. he gives the conservative republicans a little bit of cover to do what business republicans want, while the social right wing republicans on the other side of this immigrat
dawdling, apple, gol taken an aolute shellacking this week, now very much out of favor, but i do think that there are new opportunities brewing. not favorites to alegre that i don't think this is a time that you want to abandon stockof all. there is still essentially the strongest asset class on the board right now. john: people get defensive. it will park their money and what they think are either slowdown desperate for recession -proof names. for while health care was doing very well. utilities and doing very well. i am wondering if that is going to be a play in more vatile times. john: i think it is. ki of reminded me after the tragedy in boston, a lot of people wanted to deal -- be with family. this canonize some cooked meal. it was kind of indicative of what i was looking at and what i have seen in the stock market. those old reliable is, that johnson and johnson, mcdonald's, mattel, all doing well, and think it will continue to do well. your thoughts on defensive stocks. john: are you worried about consumer retrenchment? they get scared, to the good doctor's point earlier. even a
to a pair of stories expected to be in the news ahead. starting with apple's earnings, its quarterly results are expected to shrink for the first time in a decade. decade. iphone sales are in a slump. shares have plunged 55% over the past six months. >>> can you remember life before youtube? the website turned 8 years old today. >> here we are, one of thealfants. >> this clip is the very first youtube video. that is the website cofounder at the san diego zoo. >> business partners sold to google for a whopping $1.65 billion. ♪ >> that is the most watched video on youtube. "gangnam style" with more than $1.5 billion views. >> youtube has become the number one source of viral videos, cat videos in particular like this post showing a cat playing with a vacuum cleaner. what is it about cats on youtube? i don't know. this is one of the most watched videos this week. >> you are watching cnn news room live. we will have more on the boston investigation. >> stay with cnn. [ tires screech ] [ beeping ] ♪ [ male announcer ] we don't just certify our pre-owned vehicles. we inspect, analyze and recon
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airports again. from los angeles, with more than three-hour delays overnight, to denver, to the big apple. new york's three airports at one point averaging three-hour delays. >> a little frustrating, especially at 3:00, 4:00 in the morning. >> reporter: some of the delays were weather-related. among the three-hour delays, the new york to washington, d.c. shuttle. not to rub salt in anyone's wounds. but the train would have gotten them there faster. >> because of sequestration, the line to take off was over an hour long. >> reporter: the faa is blaming the delays on across-the-board budget cuts which, it says, forced it on to furlough 15,000 air traffic controllers and other workers and were spacing out flights in the name of safety. several hundred flights delayed, less than the agency's prediction of 6,700 daily flight delays. but transportation secretary ray lahood warns abc, we might see an airplane apocalypse yet. >> we did not take into account weather activities. these delays could get extended beyond the 60 to 90 minutes. >> reporter: late monday, i decided to investigate the delay
shooting. "new york times" won for reporting on an avalanche and business practices for apple and walmart. associated press winning for photo coverage of the war in syria. also "the washington post" wall street journal winning for commentaries and the minneapolis "star tribune" winning for editorial cartoons. >> bill: little bit for everybody. >> abc wants to talk to the masters golf champion, adam scott, about appearing as the next bachelor on its prime time hit reality series. bachelor producer robert mills tweeting yesterday he wants to meet with the 32-year-old champion about making him the star of a show that has a guy go through 25 women to find through love. >> bill: talk to tiger. >> last thing this guy needs. he's one of the best looking guys in the world. he's now the masters champion. >> and in sports two young college basketball players announced plans to leave school and enter the nba draft. noel, freshman for the kentucky wildcats is ready to take the big step in declaring himself for the draft as did georgetown hoya sophomore porter jr. noel could be the number one overall
of profit right now. i'll give your mobile update. apple fell below $400 a share yesterday. it was as high as 705 in the last year. they have lost more than 200 billion in market capitalization in just a little stretch. the key is people think that the bloom is off the rose and demand is not so great for this product anymore. >> brian shactman, thank you for everything today. stengel is st. we'll show you "time" magazine's list coming up next on "morning joe." [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on his portfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. [ jen garner ] what skincare brand is so effective... so trusted... so clinically proven dermatologists recommend it twice as much as any other brand? neutrogena®. recommended by dermatologists 2 times more than any other brand
they are apples and oranges except for the fact that they fit our inclusion criteria. a lot of terrorism and the united states is born and raised here. host: based on your background in this, are there any parallels to what happened in the oklahoma city bombing, to what we potentially could see with the 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev, who is about to be charged probably later this week? guest: it certainly well within the cards. if he is convicted, what will be the fifth largest act of terrorism in the united states, then went on to be involved in the murder of another law enforcement official, and then went on to throw improvised explosive devices out of two cars, one of which was a carjacked vehicle. this is an extraordinary example of violence. depending on evidence, which i certainly have no inside knowledge of, this has the potential to go to trial. host: one day after the bombings took place, the other was killed in that shooting in watertown, massachusetts, the center public and later mitch mcconnell had this to say on the senate floor tuesday. [video clip] >> these attacks are a g
, , they apple, the day appoint thousands of people here in the united states. they are greek a. they are ben by immigrants. that is something which should be thinking about. >> i would hope so. the evidence is quite clear on the capacity of immigration. i havehe time remaining, you released this analysis to quell the immigration reform. it can boost the american economy by as much as 1% every year. or reduce the deficit by as much as support for a trillion dollars. -- as much as 1.5 trillion dollars. do you want to elaborate on that? >> i could say a couple of things. >> economic growth comes from growth in people and their growth and activity. immigration controls both sides of the labor force anson's immigrants tend to work more you get labor force growth. as you mentioned the of to give small businesses and doctors that raise productivity of those workers. and their benefits to the overall economic growth, thus raising productivity for the -- productivity. that -- i did not taylor that estimate to 2013, 2014, 2015. this bill will take some time to pass and commence. you want to think of t
deangel loss is there. >> good morning. all eyes on apple ahead of its earnings report this afternoon. the concern is that the company could say it saw a sharp drop in iphone sales. the stock taking a big beating down nearly 45% since its peak last september. meantime, netflix is another one to keep an eye on. the on demand movie streaming site reporting a gain of 2 million u.s. subscriber. that's sending the stocks soaring in after hour sessions. >> jackie with the new york stock exchange, thanks. >>> a terrifying moment in celina, kansas, where a woman walked into a bathroom at the circus, closed the door, and then she came face to face with a tiger two feet away from her. this is video when the massive feline escaped during its performance. then when the woman was in the bathroom with the tiger, she stayed calm. she was able to exit and alerted workers who then recaptured the animal. the woman's 3-year-old daughter meanwhile had only one concern about that hair racing incident. she wanted to know if the tiger washed its hands before leaving the bathroom, its paws. >> that's like a
nutritionally balanced by adding fresh carrots and apple slices and immediately realized they would not last more than a week. much less the months that the lunchables needs to stay either in the warehouses or the supermarket waiting for someone to buy it. and after, i mean, it became a huge hit. the first year it exceeded, i think it hit $218 million in sales. it was astounding. nobody had expected it to take off like that. they came up with other lunchables including pizza lunchables, hamburgers, hot dogs, all eaten cold by kids. and when they stopped to think about it, they realized that it wasn't the food that the kids were attracted to, it was the badge value, the status symbol of bringing this cute, adorable lunchables to the lunchroom, opening it up, and all your friends gathering around and seeing you put it together and eat it. so -- and they came up with this incredible marketing slogan hitting on that which is for kids, all day you've got to do what they say, but lunchtime is all yours. the marketing power as much as using salt, sugar, fat as ingredients is phenomenal in the indus
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